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Healthcare professionals working with children aged between 5 and 11 now have access to a range of brand new e-learning materials through the Healthy Child Programme (0-18), putting the latest quality assured training right at their fingertips.
Liberal Democrat MSP Jim Hume has criticised access to treatment for mental health issues in Scotland for being "riddled with inequalities and getting worse".
The British Psychological Society welcomes the announcement by the Department of Health (DoH) to reduce the use of restrictive interventions in health and social care.
A programme on BBC2 this week showcased how the work and dedication of one psychologist has transformed the world's understanding of children with autism.
The 7th National Conference of the Forum for Inpatient Child and Adolescent Psychology Services (FICAPS) is being hosted today in Manchester. The event is aimed primarily at clinical psychologists (including trainees and assistants) who work in, or with inpatient child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS).
Providing cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for people with mental health disorders such as depression and eating disorders could provide them with long-term benefits without the need for drugs, an expert on the talking treatment has said.
The MindEd mental health project, which provides electronic learning materials on children’s mental health for anyone whose work or volunteering brings them into contact with young people, was launched at an event in London earlier this week.
The Faculty for People with Intellectual Disabilities – part of our Division of Clinical Psychology – is holding its annual continuing professional development event in Llandudno this week.
'Standing up & Speaking out: Clinical Psychology and Social Context'                            **REDUCED CONFERENCE RATES**  
The launch of a clinical commissioning guide on weight loss services today (20 March) has been welcomed by experts across several disciplines. The guidance has been developed through a process accredited by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.
Scientists have discovered further evidence that problems with their ability to imitate could be behind the difficulty with social interactions that patients with schizop
King's College London's Institute of Psychiatry has announced that Dr Diana Rose will become its first ever Professor in User Led Research, starting from September 2014.
Children who experience stress are likely to face health problems in their lives, according to new research.
The Northern Ireland Branch of the British Psychological Society has voiced concern at how eating disorders services have been organised and delivered in Northern Ireland.
Richard Pemberton, chair of our Division of Clinical Psychology, is one of the signatories of a letter in this morning’s Guardian. 
Cutting the NHS budget allocated to early intervention schemes for young mental health patients is a false economy and could put lives at risk.
World War I was the first conflict fought on a truly industrial, global scale, something that had devastating consequences for ordinary people.
Psychology FM, the series of radio programmes being broadcast by the Manchester station ALL FM, continues to flourish.
Drawing on schema therapy approaches in working with clients with challenging problems This one day workshop explores how clinicians can draw flexibly on schema therapy techniques in working with clients where standard approaches may not
The mental health of UK soldiers is stronger than that of their peers from the US, according to new research from King's College London (KCL).
Too many people with eating disorders are being dismissed by doctors as simply having peculiar habits with food, Cosmopolitan UK magazine and the charity Beat have warned.
Listening to music that is perceived as beautiful but sad could help people to feel better when they are feeling down, a study has found.
Women aged 60 or over accounted for nearly a third of hospital admissions for anxiety during the year to November 2013, new figures have revealed.
The assessment and treatment of depression usually deals with negative verbal thoughts as if they are distinct from negative mental imagery and perceptual sensations.
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